Grab your BFF and join Pacific Place and Seattle magazine for a fashion meets film special showing of MCQUEEN at AMC Pacific Place 11.
If the 1965 blockbuster is one of your favorite things, don’t miss this screening, which will include subtitled lyrics to all the Rodgers and Hammerstein songs so you can join in.
Jack Nicholson as private eye Jake Gittes getting his nose slit by a thug; John Huston as chilling, imposing villain Noah Cross; Faye Dunaway admitting she’d…well, no spoilers.
Lifting the yule log to see what’s crawling underneath, the filmmaker/raconteur poses burning holiday questions: “Is Prancer the only gay reindeer?” and “Should you disrupt living crèche celebrations this year in the name of political action?”
This 12th annual South Asian–themed film festival presents more than 45 films and multiple panels about South Asia and its diaspora.
This sex-positive international film festival—the first from the Seattle Erotic Cinema Society (SECS)—celebrates the art of erotic cinema while inspiring audiences to remove taboos from talking about sex.
Movie lovers don’t have to go inside to enjoy a film; there are numerous venues around town during the summer that offer outdoor flicks including this one at Shilshole Bay Marina.
Siff pass holders can mix, mingle and share ideas with filmmakers and guests in between theater hopping at the new SIFF Lounge in South Lake Union’s Pan Pacific Hotel.
Want to get ready for the return of Twin Peaks on Showtime May 21?
Former heart surgeon, now late night comedian, Dr. Bassem Youssef, has earned the title of the "Egyptian Jon Stewart".